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[audio]Intermediate Gratification - Knot They're
In 2006, desperately diluted thought-thinker, knot they're, completed writing an album of sad bastard acoustic guitar songs regarding the topics of love, loss, the loss of love, the love of loss and loneliness. the intent was to record and compile these songs in a concept piece titled "simple man with a complex". due to complications with technology and obsessive, knit-picky dissatisfaction with performances, this album remains unfinished to this day...
Keywords: Intermediate Gratification Knot They're Gotohawaii dreamgoatz
Downloads: 30
[audio]Believe You Can Work and Be Happy - An Interview with Julie Jansen - ChuckScott.com
Chuck Scott interviews Julie Jansen, author of "I Don't Know What I Want, But I Know It's Not This", and cover topics such as how to find gratifying work, how it is important to believe you can work and be happy, and how you don't have to get everything from your work but if you get a lot that makes a huge difference in your life and with those who love you. This plus more - enjoy!
Keywords: dream jobs, work gratification, happy workplace
Downloads: 20
[audio]Passing Values (Part 10): Delayed Gratification - Don Campbell
Don completes his series of the timeless values that need to passed on to the next generation by talking about being able to wait for you want.
Keywords: Sermon; Bible; Value; Values; Passing Values; Delayed Gratification; Patience
Downloads: 7
[audio]"Catch the Flame: Eduring Witness" - Rev. Vicki Hughes
Hebrews 11:29-12:2 In a culture of both church and society which emphasizes feeling, freedom, immediate gratification, and self-expression, have we deleted endurance from our list of virtues? These portraits of faith from Hebrews include tragedy as well as triumph, failure as well as success. Both experiences are familiar to us and both are descriptions of the life of trust in God. We are called to draw strength from the enduring witness of these pilgrims in the faith as well as confidence from ...
Keywords: immediate gratification; self=expression; witness of pilgrims; church & society
Downloads: 2
[audio]Fake Food - Chris Buttery
The puppy replaced doggy dinners with dirt. Do we find ourselves doing the same thing with Godâs word?
Keywords: effort; end times; gratification; hunger; money; neglect; satisfaction; value
Downloads: 14
[audio]At Least You're Trying-40- Neither of Us is One Size - Jody & Matt
After discussing the listeners' responses to the Inertia topic from e39, Matt tries to recruit for a scientific study of belly-button lint (BBL). Then it's on to the topic lightening round, which Jody wins.
Keywords: BBL; Inertia; gratification; failure; plans; trust; future; podcast
Downloads: 40
[audio]Be Different 20101024 - Beng
Sermon by Beng @ CBC SS
Keywords: different man; different walk; different evidences; sin-tainted body; sin-tainted conscience; mind; sin gratification; God gratification; learn Christ; Ephesians 4:17-32
Downloads: 9
[texts]Be Different - Beng
Sermon by Beng @ CBC SS
Keywords: different man; different walk; different evidences; sin-tainted body; sin-tainted conscience; mind; sin gratification; God gratification; learn Christ; Ephesians 4:17-32
Downloads: 61
[audio]10/16/11 Genesis 25:27–34 - Michael Herrington
Christ Community Church Andrews, NC
Keywords: EFCA; Christ Community Church; Andrews NC; Michael Herrington; Instant Gratification; Favor
Downloads: 19
[audio]ANCJ Special 1 - Joe Tedd
The all night cart jam by Joe Tedd on 93.3 Central FM
Keywords: Joe Tedd; All Night Cart Jam; New York; Malta; Central FM; Music; 93.3; Aural Gratification
Downloads: 95
[audio]SoundShop1995 - Rob House
I think "slappy" is what you asked about. Listed here as Macaw Marinade -- you named it.
Keywords: awesome; good clean fun; lounge act; porta one; stratocaster; self gratification; self abuse
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[audio]ANCJ Special 21 - Joe Tedd
The all night cart jam by Joe Tedd on 93.3 Central FM
Keywords: Joe Tedd; All Night Cart Jam; New York; Malta; Central FM; Music; 93.3; Aural Gratification
Downloads: 44
[texts]ERIC ED203362: Dimensions of Gratifications Sought and Gratifications Obtained: A Study of "Good Morning America" and "Today." - ERIC
A study investigated the dimensions of gratifications sought (GS) and gratifications obtained (GO) from two competing network television programs--ABC's "Good Morning America" and NBC's "Today"--in terms of (1) the differences between the dimensional structure of GS and GO for the viewers of each separate program and (2) the between-program differences in GS-GO patterns. Telephone interviews were conducted with 374 individuals in an urban area...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Audiences; Comparative Analysis; Mass Media; Need Gratification; Programing (Broadcast); Television Research; Television Viewing
[texts]ERIC ED368502: Children's Delay of Gratification and Preschool Performance. - ERIC
This study investigated the relationship between delay of gratification and preschool performance in 20 students aged 4 and 5 years old, and enrolled in a Head Start program. Gratification delay was measured through an experiment that allowed the students to choose between a smaller immediate reward or a larger delayed reward. Preschool performance was measured through classroom observations and teacher ratings...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Age Differences; Delay of Gratification; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Sex Differences; Student Behavior; Teacher Attitudes
Downloads: 4
[texts]ERIC ED315154: Parental Intelligence Related to Delay of Gratification and Behavior Problems in Three-Year-Old Sons of Alcoholics. - ERIC
This study presents data from a study of effects of fathers' alcohol dependence on family functioning and child development. Alcoholic families were recruited from the population of males who had been convicted for driving while impaired or driving under the influence of alcohol, who lived in an intact family, and who had a biological son between 3 and 6 years of age. Of particular interest was the interrelationship among parental cognitive and neuropsychological functioning, perceived problems ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alcohol Abuse; Behavior Problems; Delay of Gratification; Fathers; Intelligence; Longitudinal Studies; Mothers; Parent Influence; Sex Differences; Young Children
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED255946: Targeting Audience Subcategories for Specialty Magazines: A Uses and Gratifications Perspective. - ERIC
A study tested the uses and gratifications theoretical perspective--that motivations affect media use which in turn influences the effects of that use. The American Student Dental Association targeted its publications to different subaudiences and provided a grant to the University of Texas at Austin to study (1) whether the differentiation between types of students reflected the students' actual motivations to use dental publications, and (2) their actual reading behaviors...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Audience Analysis; Communication Research; Dental Students; Higher Education; Motivation; Motivation Techniques; Need Gratification; Periodicals; Reading Interests
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED234320: A Study of Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic Motivation in College Students. - ERIC
Attribution theorists have argued that if an intrinsically motivated activity is extrinsically reinforced, the activity will be devalued and extinguished when the reward is removed. Hypothesizing that activities performed for their instrumental outcome are valued less than activities not so externally oriented, and that activities performed for their instrumental outcome are primarily concerned with satisfying Maslow-type lower needs, a questionnaire was developed to measure activities and their...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Activities; Attribution Theory; College Students; Higher Education; Individual Needs; Motivation; Need Gratification; Reinforcement; Rewards; Self Actualization; Self Reward
[texts]ERIC ED204764: Refining Uses and Gratifications with a Human Information Processing Model. - ERIC
A study was conducted as part of a program to develop and test an individual level communications model. The model proposes that audience members bring to communications situations a set of learned cognitive processing strategies that produce cognitive structural representations of information in memory to facilitate the meeting of the various goals or needs that motivate media exposure. Among these strategies are imagery usage, total or partial avoidance, cross-contextual recoding, making infer...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Audiences; Cognitive Processes; College Students; Communication Research; Higher Education; Mass Media; Memory; Models; Need Gratification; Research Methodology
[texts]ERIC ED204012: Development of Self-Control in Delay of Gratification: The Effects of Goal Contingency and Response Feedback on Delay Time and Active Work Accomplished. - ERIC
This study investigated effects of response feedback and presentation of a goal-contingency on preschool children's delay time and work productivity in a voluntary delay-of-gratification paradigm. Subjects were 64 middle class preschool children (32 boys and 32 girls). The children's ages ranged from 3.6 years to 5.7 years. In the goal-contingency conditions, completion of a given quantity of active work was promised to decrease waiting time for the preferred reward, implying that the child's ac...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Contingency Management; Delay of Gratification; Feedback; Goal Orientation; Performance Factors; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Self Control
[texts]ERIC ED260815: Integrating Children's Television Food Advertising Research with the Delay of Gratification and Resistance to Temptation Research. - ERIC
This review considers parents' ability to control their children's consumption of heavily advertised, low-nutrition foods and children's ability to control their own consumption of these foods. In particular, research on television advertising's effect on children and children's development of the ability to delay gratification and resist temptation is examined. The areas in the television advertising research which are addressed are: (1) the extent of television advertising directed to children...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Children; Conflict; Delay of Gratification; Eating Habits; Literature Reviews; Observational Learning; Parent Child Relationship; Research Design; Television Commercials
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED378478: The Importance of Human Needs during Retrospective Peacetime and the Persian Gulf War: University Students in the United States. - ERIC
The importance of human needs during the retrospective peacetime in 1990 and the Persian Gulf War in 1991 was examined among 564 college students in the United States. Results of factor analyses showed that during peacetime, two factors (higher-order and lower-order needs) were identified. During the war, all needs were rated as more important and only one factor was identified. During peacetime, the safety of one's own life was significantly more important than the safety of the country, which ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attitude Change; College Students; Higher Education; Individual Needs; Life Events; Motivation; Need Gratification; Peace; Psychological Needs; Stress Variables; Student Attitudes; Well Being
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED387754: Life Quality Changes after HIV/AIDS Diagnosis: Positive Directions. - ERIC
Diagnosis of HIV/AIDS promotes a fear of the unknown, of death, or annihilation of self, of being, and of identity. Individuals face this threat in unique and holistic ways. This experience of crisis reflects stages of shock, disorganization, reorganization and resolution. Crisis can become a turning point and result in a passage toward successful adjustment, however. This study of 14 persons diagnosed with HIV/AIDS 5 to 7 months previously, examines the emotional, physical and spiritual changes...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; Counseling; Counseling Effectiveness; Counseling Objectives; Counseling Techniques; Life Satisfaction; Need Gratification; Psychotherapy; Quality of Life; Self Actualization; Stress Variables; Well Being
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[texts]ERIC ED326124: An Examination of Disciplinary Differences in Factors Related to Job Satisfaction among Liberal Arts College Faculty Members. ASHE Annual Meeting Paper. - ERIC
The study attempted to determine liberal arts college faculty perceptions of their careers and professional needs and specific strategies for enhancing faculty job satisfaction in their roles as teachers, scholars, and members of different disciplinary groups. A total of 9,204 full time faculty at 142 participating colleges, all of them undergraduate institutions with enrollments under 3,000, were surveyed, and 4,271 responded for a response rate of 46%...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Faculty; Comparative Analysis; Higher Education; Intellectual Disciplines; Job Satisfaction; Liberal Arts; Need Gratification; Quality of Working Life; Self Actualization; Work Environment
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED304349: Multidimensional Delay of Gratification and Academic Achievement. - ERIC
Delay of gratification, or the ability to endure self-imposed barriers to achieve particular goals, was tested through a series of surveys given to 151 white undergraduates in an introductory psychology course at a university in the southwestern United States. The study examined the multidimensionality of delay of gratification and was concerned with the sociopolitical dimension and the relationship of academic oriented delay to academic achievement...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attitude Measures; Behavioral Science Research; Delay of Gratification; Higher Education; Politics; Psychological Evaluation; Psychological Testing; Student Interests; Undergraduate Students; White Students
Downloads: 4
[movies]Narcissist's Certain Losses - Sam Vaknin
The narcissist professes to being shocked by the untoward behaviour of a hitherto faithful spouse, loyal friend, or patient neighbor. "Whatever happened to them?" - he wonders - "What brought this on?" Why did his wife cheat on him? Why did his colleagues demand his resignation? Why did his neighbor turn violent all of a sudden? The narcissist is genuinely puzzled, very much as you would if your personal computer refused to obey your instructions for no good reason...
Keywords: narcissist; personality disorders; losses; life crises; roller-coaster; narcissistic supply; devalue and discard; intimacy; relationship; false self; gratification; shock; surprise; social cues; defeat; failure; loser; isolation; seclusion
Downloads: 152
[texts]ERIC ED205953: The Interactions of Television Uses and Gratifications. - ERIC
Data from 464 adults were analyzed to provide a more heuristic paradigm for mass communication uses and gratifications research in a study of the interactive nature of television viewing motivations, viewing behavior, and attitude gratifications. Factor analysis located five principal television viewing motivations: passing time, information, entertainment, companionship, and escape. Canonical correlation analysis identified two viewer types...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; Behavior Patterns; Behavioral Science Research; Habit Formation; Individual Characteristics; Information Seeking; Motivation; Need Gratification; Programing (Broadcast); Television Research; Television Viewing
[texts]ERIC ED215285: Public Library Services for Aging in the Eighties. A 1981 White House Conference on the Aging Background Paper. - ERIC
This report provides an overview of library and information services for older adults today. New programs are described which have been developed to serve older adults and to respond to their needs. The training of librarians to provide such services is also discussed. The first section of this report focuses on access and includes discussions on the public library's response to the psychological and social needs of older adults, materials and facilities, and interagency cooperation and coordina...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adult Education; Aging (Individuals); Delivery Systems; Individual Needs; Information Services; Libraries; Library Administration; Library Services; Models; Need Gratification; Older Adults; Outreach Programs; Program Descriptions; Reference Services
[texts]ERIC ED215289: Libraries: Aids to Life Satisfaction for Older Women. A 1981 White House Conference on the Aging Background Paper. - ERIC
This report discusses the ability of public libraries to address the problems of older Americans, particularly older women, and to make their lives more satisfying. A review of facts and figures about the older population is followed by a discussion of programs and responses to the needs of older Americans by libraries and other agencies, such as Books for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, services to the homebound, and information and referral services...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Aging (Individuals); Delivery Systems; Females; Individual Needs; Information Services; Libraries; Library Services; Life Satisfaction; Models; Need Gratification; Older Adults; Outreach Programs; Program Descriptions; Reference Services
[texts]ERIC ED215283: A Guide to the 1981 White House Conference on Aging. - ERIC
A presentation of the task of the 1981 White House Conference on Aging, i.e., to address the problems of older Americans and to consider ways to use older Americans as national resources, is followed by a discussion of the legislative background of the Conference and Conference funding. Six topics chosen by the Advisory Committee for discussion are enumerated, including: (1) economic security; (2) physical and mental health; (3) social well-being; (4) older Americans as a growing national resour...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Aging (Individuals); Conferences; Economic Status; Federal Programs; Human Resources; Individual Needs; Mental Health; Need Gratification; Older Adults; Physical Health; Planning; Research Needs; Social Integration
[texts]ERIC ED210602: Effects of Helper and Caller Characteristics on the Process and Outcome of Telephone Crisis Intervention. - ERIC
Research has examined the relationship of characteristics of crisis telephone workers to their performance. The influence and interaction of the characteristics of both the helper and caller on the telephone crisis intervention and outcome were explored for a sample of 59 calls to a crisis center. Data about the telephone helper (age, sex, experience at the Center, and professional/nonprofessional status) and caller (age, sex, problem area, crisis intensity, and repeater/non-repeater status) wer...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Counseling Services; Counselor Client Relationship; Crisis Intervention; Hotlines (Public); Individual Characteristics; Individual Needs; Information Needs; Interpersonal Relationship; Need Gratification; Nonprofessional Personnel; Problem Solving; Professional Personnel; Volunteers
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED226399: Consistency and Need-Fulfillment Theories as Predictors of Eye Contact Behavior in Low Self-Esteem Subjects in Response to Various Feedback Conditions. - ERIC
Consistency theory holds that persons are motivated to behave in ways that maintain a "steady state" cognitively and otherwise; need-fulfillment theory argues that people will act in ways that reinforce their sense of worth and enhance their self-esteem. While consistency theory predicts that low self-esteem persons will exhibit more eye contact when receiving negative feedback signals than when receiving positive feedback signals, need-fulfillment theory predicts just the reverse...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Behavioral Science Research; Communication Research; Communication (Thought Transfer); Eye Movements; Feedback; Higher Education; Motivation; Need Gratification; Performance; Predictor Variables; Reliability; Self Esteem
[texts]ERIC ED299409: Senior Executive Service. Executives' Perspectives on Their Federal Service. Fact Sheet for the Honorable Vic Fazio, House of Representatives. - ERIC
The General Accounting Office (GAO) surveyed current Senior Executive Service (SES) (highly placed government civil service) employees to obtain their views regarding their federal employment, including career plans, characteristics, and opinions. The results of the survey were obtained from 348 usable responses from a sample of 430 SES members selected randomly from 6,180 total career SES members...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrators; Adults; Career Change; Employee Attitudes; Federal Government; Government Employees; Job Satisfaction; Labor Turnover; Need Gratification; Organizational Climate; Quality of Working Life; Retirement; Work Environment
Downloads: 1
[audio]What Franklin Could And Could Not See Take 2 BEST - Richard Wells
Robert Kiyosaki would credit Benjamin Franklin's great wealth to three key ingredients, one of them is long-term vision.  Find out how Franklin leveraged these three things not only to create his independence but in significantly contributing to the Independence of the most powerful nation on earth.  
Keywords: united states; independence; join or die; freedom; Robert Kiyosaki; Benjamin Franklin; compounding; long term vision; delayed gratification; wealth; success; washington; jefferson; american revolution; great britian
Downloads: 13
[texts]ERIC ED244175: Social Networks and Adaptation. - ERIC
In a longitudinal study of the network characteristics that assist elderly individuals to meet their needs, as well as the effects of change in four categories of social network dimensions (social interaction, network structure, member attribute, environmental attribute), 133 elderly residents of 18 midtown Manhattan single room occupancy (SRO) hotels were interviewed twice over a 1-year period. The subjects were 58 men, 75 women and 93 percent white...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adjustment (to Environment); High Risk Persons; Hotels; Longitudinal Studies; Mental Health; Need Gratification; Older Adults; Physical Health; Social Behavior; Social Networks; Stress Variables; Urban Population
[texts]ERIC ED237665: Perceived Needs of Developmentally Disabled Skilled Care Facility and Intermediate Care Facility Residents as Compared to Their Non-institutionalized Peers. - ERIC
The Center for Independent Living of Greater Bridgeport and its operating agencies conducted a survey of 32 people, the majority of whom were developmentally disabled and residents of institutional or community settings, in both rural and urban areas. The aim of the survey was to determine the perceived needs and levels of independence experienced by these two distinct populations. A questionnaire was developed to gain information on individuals' lifestyles, services used, and levels of satisfac...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; Attitudes; Deinstitutionalization (of Disabled); Developmental Disabilities; Individual Needs; Institutionalized Persons; Need Gratification; Program Effectiveness; Residential Institutions; Residential Programs
[texts]ERIC ED204690: Exploring Employment Opportunities for the Elderly in Child Care Services: A Feasibility Study. Report No. 3. - ERIC
Elderly and working families with young children have been strongly affected by social changes, particularly in the areas of low-cost quality child care and meaningful opportunities for the elderly. The feasibility of an intergenerational program in which non-center-based, low-cost child care could be provided while expanding employment and experiential opportunities for the elderly was explored. Individuals (N=65) in the fields of child care, aging, and intergenerational programs in the San Fra...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Caregivers; Community Attitudes; Day Care Centers; Employed Parents; Employment Opportunities; Feasibility Studies; Need Gratification; Needs Assessment; Older Adults; Older Workers; Retirement; Social Change
[texts]ERIC ED203224: Social Individualism. - ERIC
Relationships between individuals and society have often been presented from the perspective of the social institution. Social psychology has addressed the variables that affect the individual in relationships with larger groups. Social individualism is a conceptual framework that explores the relationship of the individual and society from the view of the individual's internal needs, desires, and drives to determine the role that society will fill in the interaction...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Concept Formation; Existentialism; Human Relations; Individual Needs; Intergroup Relations; Interpersonal Relationship; Models; Need Gratification; Social Influences; Socialization; State of the Art Reviews
[texts]ERIC ED203214: Recreation and the Rural Elderly. - ERIC
This review of the literature on recreation for the rural elderly is organized into seven sections. The first section is a brief overview of the values and socio-economic characteristics of the rural elderly. In the next section, studies on the leisure interests and the recreation participation patterns of the rural elderly are presented. The third section is a compilation of representative program descriptions obtained through literature review and contacts with agencies on aging...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Cultural Influences; Delivery Systems; Health; Leisure Time; Literature Reviews; Need Gratification; Older Adults; Recreational Activities; Recreational Programs; Rural Economics; Rural Population; Sex Differences; Socioeconomic Influences
[texts]ERIC ED203805: Intrinsic Satisfactions from Academic Versus Other Professional Work: A Comparative Analysis. ASHE Annual Meeting 1981 Paper. - ERIC
Recent theories of professional work satisfaction are reviewed and applied to the college or university professor. Additionally, the professional satisfactions available to the academic person are compared with those of professionals in other occupations. The following theories of job satisfaction are examined: job facets theory, expectancy theory, equity theory, need and need deficiency theory, and two-factor theory...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Faculty; Higher Education; Job Satisfaction; Need Gratification; Professional Personnel; Self Actualization; Teacher Alienation; Teacher Attitudes; Teacher Role; Teaching (Occupation); Vocational Adjustment; Work Attitudes; Work Environment
[texts]ERIC ED251423: The Cultures of Teaching. Occasional Paper No. 74. - ERIC
In the past, many social scientists were content to study teaching from a distance, borrowing concepts mainly from psychology and sociology to explain what teaching was like. Increasingly, students of teaching have come to value the insider's viewpoint and to rely on teachers as informants. This paper brings together research about the meaning of teaching to teachers and the origins of those meanings...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Job Satisfaction; Life Satisfaction; Locus of Control; Need Gratification; Personality Traits; Professional Recognition; Psychological Needs; Self Concept; Teacher Attitudes; Teacher Characteristics; Teaching (Occupation); Work Attitudes
[texts]ERIC ED287004: Predictors of Ohio Cooperative Extension Service County Agents' Intentions To Leave the Job. Summary of Research 47. - ERIC
A study sought to determine what factors influenced Ohio Cooperative Extension Service county agents to leave their jobs (particularly the factor of job performance level) as measured by supervisory rating and self-rating techniques. Additionally, the study sought to determine relationships between variables and to determine the levels of those variables as they existed in the population being studied...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Career Change; Employer Employee Relationship; Employment Experience; Employment Practices; Extension Agents; Job Performance; Job Satisfaction; Need Gratification; Work Environment
Downloads: 2
[movies]Narcissist: I want it ALL and NOW! (Delayed Gratification and Entitlement) - Sam Vaknin
Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq1.html Narcissists cannot delay gratification. They are creatures of the here and now, because they feel boundlessly entitled. When forced to specialise or persist, they feel stagnation and "death". It is not a matter of choice but a structural constraint. This is the way a narcissist is built, this is his modus operandi, and his vacillating style of life and dizzying ...
Keywords: narcissist; narcissism; personality disorder; entitlement; temper tantrum; instability; delayed gratification; immediacy; childishness; relationships; unpredictability; uncertainty; self-esteem; love; ego; self-esteem; self-confidence; spoiled brat
Downloads: 30
[audio]Concealed Carry vs Pick-Out Knock-Out
The latest formula for fun of Madison's criminal thug community is known as Pick-out-Knock-out. It works like this: The perp walks up to the victim, along with a few companions. Strike up a conversation about the weather or gas prices, and WHAM. Victim goes to the hospital. Will Wisconsin's Concealed Carry legislation, which takes effect in November, help put an end to it?
Keywords: sly in the morning; 1670; wtdy; concealed; carry; wisconsin; criminals; madison; wi; pointless; crime; self; gratification; victims; self; defense; pink; mist; keltec; glock; 9mm; pistol; holster; guns; madison; scared
Downloads: 116
[texts]ERIC ED341772: The Mattering Scales for Adult Students in Postsecondary Education. - ERIC
The mattering scales are designed to assess the perceptions of adult learners about their educational environment. They answer these questions: Do I feel I matter to the institution? and Do I feel noticed, appreciated, welcomed? To determine the extent to which adult learners feel they matter, five scales are designed to assess their perceptions in these dimensions of postsecondary education: administration, advising, interaction with peers, multiple roles, and interaction with faculty...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adult Counseling; Adult Students; Counselors; Educational Administration; Educational Environment; Higher Education; Individual Needs; Institutional Evaluation; Need Gratification; Peer Relationship; Program Effectiveness; Program Evaluation; Rating Scales; Role Theory; Satisfaction; Student Attitudes; Student College Relationship; Teacher Student Relationship
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[texts]ERIC ED315153: The Relation of Parental Depression and Self Esteem to Behavior Problems in Three-Year-Old Sons of Alcoholics. - ERIC
Preliminary results from a longitudinal study designed to systematically examine the family life of children reared in a home with an alcoholic father are reported. Analysis is restricted to 15 families from a larger study in which the target child was a 3-year-old male. Parents completed the Beck Depression Inventory, the Progress Evaluation Scales on self-esteem, and the Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alcohol Abuse; Antisocial Behavior; At Risk Persons; Behavior Problems; Delay of Gratification; Depression (Psychology); Family Characteristics; Fathers; Longitudinal Studies; Males; Models; Mothers; Parent Influence; Preschool Children; Self Esteem
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[texts]ERIC ED362943: Transforming Teacher Staff Development. - ERIC
Research suggests that successful staff development must attend to teachers' affective and humanistic needs. This paper presents strategies for staff development that are based in an affective and humanistic context. The following principles of adult learning are particularly relevant to teacher-staff development: Adults perceive themselves as individuals and as self-reliant; they are more pragmatic than theoretic; they engage in learning to pursue personal goals and objectives; and they are bet...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adult Learning; Affective Behavior; Collegiality; Elementary School Teachers; Elementary Secondary Education; Faculty Development; Individual Needs; Need Gratification; Professional Development; Psychological Needs; Secondary School Teachers; Staff Development; Status Need; Teacher Improvement; Teacher Motivation
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[texts]ERIC ED356291: Meeting Youth Needs with Community Programs. ERIC Digest, Number 86. - ERIC
Rather than viewing youth as an isolated and alienated subculture, it is more useful to view the needs of youth as largely determined by where and how they live, and to recognize that they differ from one another just as adults do. Professionals and volunteers in community youth programs need to understand how the youth they work with experience the contextual differences of their environments, and how the services they provide can be facilitated or confounded by community differences...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Community Programs; Context Effect; Cultural Awareness; Disadvantaged Youth; Economically Disadvantaged; Individual Differences; Need Gratification; Needs Assessment; Program Development; Program Effectiveness; Social Support Groups; Urban Problems; Urban Youth; Youth Opportunities; Youth Programs
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[texts]ERIC ED352171: Heart Start: The Emotional Foundations of School Readiness. - ERIC
This publication is part of a package of three booklets that synthesize current knowledge about the preconditions for learning in children and discuss ways of fostering these conditions. (The other two booklets are an executive summary of this report and a collection of five vignettes on services for infants, toddlers, and families). This report is based on the premise that children's expectations and attitudes are formed in the first months and years of their lives...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Caregivers; Child Development; Child Rearing; Childhood Needs; Cognitive Development; Day Care; Emotional Adjustment; Emotional Development; Environmental Influences; Health Promotion; Learning Readiness; Need Gratification; Preschool Education; School Readiness; Security (Psychology); Self Concept; Young Children
Downloads: 7
[texts]ERIC ED356300: Clans of the Street: Tribalism and Urban Street Gangs. - ERIC
The clan principle, the informal determination of human groups by totem characteristics, commonly accepted standards for self-definition, valued knowledge, and regulation of behavior, is a reality for American Indian and Native Alaskan cultures and for the mainstream urban, suburban, and industrial society as well. The tendency to group individuals by consensus on their mode of social operation and choice of presentation is a fact of contemporary social organization...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Disadvantaged Youth; Educational Change; Etiology; Group Membership; Juvenile Gangs; Need Gratification; School Restructuring; Self Concept; Social Support Groups; Social Values; Tribes; Urban Culture; Urban Problems; Urban Youth; Youth Problems
Downloads: 7
[texts]ERIC ED216602: Human Needs and Faculty Motivation. - ERIC
Need-based theories of work motivation are considered with particular reference to university faculty; it is hypothesized that three different types of people are attracted to the academic setting: (1) those who want to teach, (2) those who want to do research, and (3) those who want to do both. According to need theories, certain fundamental wants and desires over which people have little control are the activators and directors of all human behavior...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Achievement Need; Behavior Theories; College Environment; College Faculty; Faculty College Relationship; Faculty Development; Higher Education; Individual Development; Individual Needs; Job Satisfaction; Need Gratification; Self Actualization; Teacher Motivation; Work Environment
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